[Buddha-l] The scientific project and the Buddhist project
rhayes at unm.edu
Sun Oct 13 12:05:58 MDT 2013
On Oct 13, 2013, at 03:39 , jehms <jehms at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> I agree that life consists of different sports played on different fields, but I always thought of the philosopher as the journalist who tries to describe and understand what is happening without taking part in any of those sports.
Is it possible not to take part in any of those sports?
> So my conclusion is that the DL needs to read Nietzsche or Husserl, or possible both (and understand them as well) rather than those academic specialists.
I just gave away all by books by Husserl. I tried dozens of times to read them but finally came to the conclusion that I'm just too dull-witted to understand anything he says. As for Nietzsche, there are few people I love to read more, although I read him in short doses very far apart for fear that his insanity might be contagious.
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